Section 11-92B-10 Powers and duties of authority. An authority shall have the following powers
and duties together with all powers and duties incidental thereto or necessary to the discharge
thereof: (1) To sue or be sued and to prosecute and defend in any court of competent jurisdiction.
(2) To adopt and to use a corporate seal and to alter the seal at pleasure. (3) To adopt and
alter bylaws for the regulation and conduct of its affairs and business. (4) With respect
to property within the operational area of the authority, to acquire, receive, and take title
to by purchase, gift, lease, devise, or otherwise, to hold, keep, improve, maintain, and impose
restrictive covenants and land use controls, to engage in environmental remediation and restoration
efforts as required under applicable agreements with the United States Department of Defense,
to equip, furnish, develop, and to transfer, convey, donate, sell, lease, grant options to,
assign, encumber with easements and mortgages and...
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Section 11-92C-2 Definitions. For the purposes of this chapter, the following words have the
following meanings: (1) APPLICANT. A natural person who files a written application with the
governing body of any authorizing subdivision in accordance with Section 11-92C-3. (2) AUTHORITY.
Any local redevelopment authority organized pursuant to this chapter. (3) AUTHORIZING RESOLUTION.
A resolution adopted by the governing body of any authorizing subdivision in accordance with
Section 11-92C-3, which authorizes the incorporation of the authority. (4) AUTHORIZING SUBDIVISION.
Any county or municipality that has adopted an authorizing resolution. (5) BOARD. The board
of directors of an authority. (6) BONDS. Any bonds, notes, certificates, or any other form
of indebtedness representing an obligation to pay money. (7) CONTIGUOUS. Two or more tracts
of land if touching for a continuous distance of not less than 200 feet. The term shall include
tracts of land divided by bodies of water, streets,...
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Section 11-94-1 Definitions. Whenever used in this chapter, unless the context plainly indicates
otherwise, the present term shall include the future term, the singular shall include the
plural, the plural shall include the singular, the masculine shall include the feminine, and
the following words and phrases shall have the following meanings respectively ascribed to
them by this section: (1) AUTHORITY. A nonprofit public corporation organized pursuant to
the provisions of this chapter. (2) AUTHORIZING SUBDIVISION. Any county or municipality to
which application has been made for authority to incorporate an authority under this chapter.
(3) BOARD. The board of directors of an authority. (4) DIRECTOR. A member of the board of
directors of an authority. (5) COUNTY. Any county in this state that abuts on a navigable
river or through which a navigable river runs. (6) GOVERNING BODY. With respect to a county,
the county commission and, with respect to a municipality, the council,...
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Section 23-6-1 Definitions. Where used in this chapter the following words and terms shall
be given the following respective meanings unless the context hereof clearly indicates otherwise:
(1) BOARD OF DIRECTORS. The board of directors of the corporation. (2) CODE. The Code of Alabama
1975, as amended. (3) CORPORATION. The public corporation authorized to be created by this
chapter. (4) GOVERNMENT SECURITIES. Any bonds or other obligations which as to principal and
interest constitute direct obligations of, or are unconditionally guaranteed by, the United
States of America, including obligations of any federal agency to the extent such obligations
are unconditionally guaranteed by the United States of America and any certificates or any
other evidences of an ownership interest in such obligations of, or unconditionally guaranteed
by, the United States of America or in specified portions thereof (which may consist of the
principal thereof or the interest thereon). (5) INDUSTRIAL ACCESS...
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Section 34-27-31 Recovery Fund created; fees paid to fund; injured party's recovery from fund;
procedures, appeals, etc.; licensee to report any legal action taken against him or her. (a)
The commission shall establish and maintain a Recovery Fund from which an aggrieved party
may recover actual or compensatory damages, not including interest and court costs, sustained
only within the State of Alabama as a result of conduct of a broker or salesperson in violation
of Article 1 or 2 of this chapter or the rules and regulations of the commission. (b) Notwithstanding
any other provision to the contrary, payments from the Recovery Fund are subject to the following
conditions and limitations: (1) The fund shall not be obligated for the acts or omissions
of a broker or salesperson while acting on his or her own behalf or on behalf of his or her
child, spouse, or parent regarding property in which he or she or his or her spouse, child,
or parent has, or is attempting to acquire, an interest;...
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Section 37-16-3 Definitions. As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the following
meanings: (1) ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS CAPABILITIES. The communications capabilities defined
from time to time as advanced telecommunications capabilities by the Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) through regulations, statutes, or other written guidance or orders. The term
also includes broadband systems and broadband services. (2) BROADBAND AFFILIATE. A person
that is at least 10 percent owned by an electric provider, controlled by way of ownership
interests therein, directly or indirectly, by the electric provider, or under common control
with the electric provider, and which is formed to provide, among other services, utility
support services or nonutility support services. (3) BROADBAND OPERATOR. A person that owns
or operates a broadband system within an electric easement, including the electric provider
if the electric provider is operating the broadband system and including a...
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Section 11-89C-9 Powers of governing bodies. (a) A governing body shall proceed under this
chapter as a participant in the public corporation or individually, to adopt upon reasonable
public notice and following public hearing all necessary rules and regulations by resolution
or ordinance to implement this chapter and to specifically regulate and control storm water
discharges and eliminate the discharge of pollutants to its municipal separate storm sewers.
Provided, however, that all discharges originating from any lands or facilities owned or operated
by one or more entities under the jurisdiction and supervision of the Alabama Public Service
Commission are exempted from regulation under any local storm water management program and
shall be regulated exclusively by ADEM. Further, any commission non-jurisdictional electric
supplier, as defined by Section 37-4-140, whose service area extends beyond the boundaries
of a single municipal or county jurisdiction shall be exempted from the...
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Section 22-4-5 Adoption, revision, etc., of rules, regulations, standards, etc., by State Board
of Health; appeals therefrom; State Board of Health not to discriminate among branches of
healing arts in administration of funds. (a) The State Board of Health, with the advice and
consultation of the Statewide Health Coordinating Council, is hereby authorized and empowered
to adopt, revise, abolish, promulgate and publish rules, regulations, standards and procedures
for: (1) The preparation of the preliminary State Health Plan and the State Medical Facilities
Plan; (2) The administration of the State Health Plan and of the State Medical Facilities
Plan after approval by the Statewide Health Coordinating Council; (3) The construction and
operation of health care facilities established under the State Medical Facilities Plan; and
(4) Such other matters as may be necessary to carry out the intent and purpose of this article.
(b) The State Board of Health is also authorized and empowered to...
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Section 31-13-3 Definitions. For the purposes of this chapter, the following words shall have
the following meanings: (1) ALIEN. Any person who is not a citizen or national of the United
States, as described in 8 U.S.C. § 1101, et seq., and any amendments thereto. (2) BUSINESS
ENTITY. Any person or group of persons employing one or more persons performing or engaging
in any activity, enterprise, profession, or occupation for gain, benefit, advantage, or livelihood,
whether for profit or not for profit. Business entity shall include, but not be limited to,
the following: a. Self-employed individuals, business entities filing articles of incorporation,
partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability companies, foreign corporations, foreign
limited partnerships, foreign limited liability companies authorized to transact business
in this state, business trusts, and any business entity that registers with the Secretary
of State. b. Any business entity that possesses a business...
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Section 37-6-3 Enumerated powers. A cooperative shall have the power: (1) To sue and be sued
in its corporate name. (2) To adopt a corporate seal and alter the same at its pleasure. (3)
To generate, manufacture, purchase, acquire and transmit electric energy and to distribute,
sell, supply and dispose of electric energy to its members, to governmental agencies and political
subdivisions and to other persons; provided, however, that should a cooperative acquire any
electric facilities dedicated or devoted to the public use, it may continue to serve the persons
served directly from such facilities at the time of such acquisition without requiring that
such persons become members, and, provided further, that such nonmembers shall have the right
to become members upon nondiscriminatory terms. Cooperatives may not condition membership
or provision of service on compliance by the member with requirements not directly related
to the electric or other service to be provided by the cooperative....
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